Bashar, Jesus, and Liliana attended the NII GRACE Centre Symposium and Worksop, held in Tokyo on 19-20 December 2017. The workshop on the 19th December focused on software engineering of cyber-physical-social systems, with Liliana presenting her recent research on forensic-readiness, and Jesus presenting his research on software compliance. Bashar gave a keynote presentation at the symposium on 20th December, which commemorated the retirement of Professor Shinichi Honiden, Deputy Director of NII and long term Lero collaborator. The symposium concluded with a lively panel discussion on the future of software engineering over the next 10 years.
Liliana shows off her topology demo at the Lero Launch
Liliana presented a demo of “Topology Aware Adaptive Security” at the Lero Launch.
Group Away Days in Limerick
Our research team from The Open University, Software Engineering & Design (‘SEAD‘) research group, visited Lero at the University of Limerick (UL) for our annual “away days” research workshop on…
Faeq presents his poster at Research Day in NUI Galway
Faeq attended the “6th annual NUI Galway – University of Limerick Alliance Research Day” which took place on April 29th 2016 in the Analog building in UL. He submitted an…
Liliana Co-chairs SERF 2017
Liliana Pasquale co-chaired with Dr. Dalal Alrajeh (Imperial College London) the 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering and Digital Forensics (SERF 2017). The workshop was co-located with the 11th Joint…
Fanny Presents at REFSQ 2022
Fanny Rivera-Ortiz has presented a research paper entitled, “Engineering Forensic-Ready Software Systems Using Automated Logging“, at the Doctoral Symposium collocated with REFSQ 2022, in Birmingham, UK. In her presentation, Fanny introduces a…
Sorren, Fayola and Bashar attend AWASE2016
Sorren presented “Adaptive Evidence Collection in the Cloud Using Attack Scenarios” at the 5th Asian Workshop of Advanced Software Engineering (AWASE2016), Nara, Japan, March 19-20.